Up until the beginning of the last century the United States was a country blanketed by forests. On the coast, in the South, and along the Canadian border, massive trees thrived in expansive woodlands. These trees were harvested by the millions and became everything from floor boards to ridge beams, plows to boat keels. This lumber is a part of our history.
Once a tree. Then a floor joist. Now a table top. The wood is in its third incarnation. It has been revisioned.